F&B KitchensTraditional Kitchen, Dorset

Large traditional kitchen/diner in Dorset with a belfast sink, shaker cabinets, beige cabinets, wood worktops, beige splashback, ceramic splashback, light hardwood flooring and no island. —  Houzz
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Deb Davenport wrote:27 October 2014
  • rzanuk
    3 years ago

    Same question, where do I find that butcher's trolley.

  • Gillian Callan
    2 years ago

    Can you please tell me what colour you painted your kitchen cabinets and what colour is on the walls. Love your kitchen

nicolapeake wrote:12 March 2018
    Wendy Payne wrote:6 March 2015
      reesietee wrote:2 March 2015
        Sally Williams wrote:28 October 2014

          What Houzz contributors are saying:

          amandapollard
          Amanda Pollard added this to 10 of the Cosiest Kitchens on Houzz31 October 2016

          Relax at the tableThis elegant space looks incredibly calm and relaxing. The colour scheme is simple to make way for the natural materials surrounding the table. The designers have chosen wicker chairs, with a practical shape that would be comfy, too. Gentle lighting further softens the mood.

          stowed
          stowed added this to 11 Quick Fixes to Instantly Revamp Your Kitchen4 October 2016

          Wheel in a trolley or butcher’s blockIf it’s more worktop space you’re after, a superb flexible solution is the butcher’s block. Perfect for a little more chopping space, it can be moved around the kitchen, and even offers additional storage beneath it. You don’t have to get it to match your existing units – there are numerous designs available. A popular choice is the traditional model with a wooden surface and painted legs, as seen here. For a more modern approach, you could consider a hostess trolley in glamorous metal, or a stainless-steel version for a no-nonsense, pro-style kitchen.

          laura_wheat
          Laura Wheat added this to Decorating: How to Give Your Home a Hint of French Country Style14 May 2015

          Combine natural elementsFrench country is a style born of simplicity. None of the pieces themselves are particularly sophisticated or expensive, but, in combination, the effect is a winning one. Natural elements are always evident when you examine this look: wooden tables and worktops, woven cane chairs, linen blinds, handmade tiles and a porcelain sink. Sometimes simple is best.

          What Houzz users are commenting on:

          et4h
          et4h added this to kitchen4 days ago

          I like the shelfs idea for glasses and above rome

          webuser_215775672
          Kathy added this to Kitchen11 December 2019

          What do you like about this one?

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